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Ulster Bank is planning a fresh round of job cuts at the group. Photograph: Alan Betson

Ulster Bank’s operating profit jumped in the first nine months of the year in the Republic as its conduct and litigation costs, including its exposure(...)

Ulster Bank revealed at 4pm on Tuesday, as journalists, politicians and the wider public were preoccupied by Budget 2020, that it had agreed to sell the mortgages. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

The Jo Moore award for burying bad news on a busy day this year goes to... Ulster Bank. Moore was a Labour Party spin doctor in the UK who infamously(...)

Ulster Bank said that it will be in contacted with all affected customer “at the appropriate time to help them as their loans transition to the new owner.”

Ulster Bank has agreed to sell €800 million of mortgages, mainly issued on family homes, to US distressed debt specialist CarVal Investors. Pepper F(...)

DBRS Ratings, which assesses businesses’ ability to pay debts, has awarded the Finance Ireland bonds ratings of between BB and AAA. Photograph: Gareth Fuller/PA

Ratings agency DBRS believes there is a low risk that the borrowers of the €290 million worth of mortgages being sold by lender Finance Ireland will d(...)

Developer Pat Wigglesworth and conservationist Ian Lumley  at 3 Henrietta Street in Dublin. Photograph: Laura Hutton

I never thought I would live to see the day when we would be able to herald the arrival of a renaissance for Henrietta Street, in Dublin 1. But with t(...)

 Francesca McDonagh, Bank of Ireland’s chief executive:  told the Oireachtas finance committee on April 4th that she may sell further distressed loans. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill/The Irish Times

UK asset manager M&G Investments has emerged as key to Bank of Ireland being able to remove €375 million of problem loans from its balance sheet. (...)

Britain’s prime minister Theresa May: “No backstop means no deal. Don’t let anyone here think that there is a better deal to be won by shouting louder”

UK prime minister Theresa May this week pleaded with MPs to “hold their nerve” and back her Brexit deal or face the prospect that the “only certainty (...)

PTSB confirmed last week that €1.3 billion of its problem mortgages would be refinanced in bond markets to shift them of its books. Photograph: Alan Betson

The organisation which controls €1.3 billion worth of Permanent TSB (PTSB) loans declined to disclose the ultimate owner of the portfolio because it h(...)

Over 120 mortgage debt cases in just over an hour and a half at Tullamore Circuit court

A large proportion of the repossession cases which came before a registrar’s sitting of the Circuit Court in Tullamore, Co Offaly on Tuesday, were ini(...)

In his High Court judgment on Friday, Mr Justice Séamus  Noonan said all that was raised in regard to the alleged compromise were “mere assertions” which were “not supported by any evidence”. Photograph: Alan Betson

A financial fund is entitled to summary judgment of €1.32 million against a Dublin businessman, the High Court has ruled. Mr Justice Séamus Noonan r(...)

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